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Limestone Co. capital murder suspect fights to quash subpoena

Joel Moyer's fight to quash a subpoena is now in the hands of a Limestone County judge. Joel Moyer's fight to quash a subpoena is now in the hands of a Limestone County judge.
LIMESTONE COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

A capital murder suspect's fight to quash a subpoena is now in the hands of a Limestone County judge.

Joel Moyers is charged in connection with the shooting death of Brandon Hydrick.

His attorneys went before a judge Wednesday to make their motion.

Judge James Woodroof heard the arguments and will a ruling at a later date.

Moyers is currently out of jail on bond.

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